Despite clashing with the biggest international football match in nearly 30 years, the All Saints Parish AGM attracted a healthy number of parishioners for an update on where the Parish is going and a chance to question the PPC. We were pleased to welcome Mary Stocker and Laura Puyall to
A SOUND IMPROVEMENT...
New speakers have been installed at OLSP in the side-aisle, the cloister and the narthex. These should enable us to hear better at these locations and will be of particular help to families with children, who often want to sit on the fringes of the main body of the church, and at busy times when we are full beyond normal capacity. The hearing loop has also been further tweaked and improved. If you are a hearing aid user, please give it a try!
Congratulations to Ellie & Louis, who were enrolled into the Guild of St. Stephen last Saturday at St Agatha’s Church in Dawlish. Wendy Carey received her medal after the Servers’ Mass at the Plymouth Cathedral on 23rd June 2018. Four servers attended the Mass and Bishop Mark joined in the
Congratulations Daisy, Mary, Joseph, Beatrix, Jacob, Millie and Rose who made their First Holy Communion over the weekend of 23rd and 24th June. It was fantastic that all three churches in our Parish were part of the celebration. Many thanks to all who supported the children: the catechists, their family
A new look at Evangelisation for our Parish. Jesus sent the early Church to proclaim and share the good news with all peoples. We are an essentially missionary Church. This means our very essence is mission through discipleship. However if we take an honest look at our parish life today,
Help celebrate with out First Holy Communion children and their families by baking a loaf of bread to share after 10:30am Mass at OLSP on Sunday 24th June. Simply place your bread offering before the altar in plenty of time before the beginning of Mass. If you’re not much of
We are still journeying through Lent, but Easter is fast approaching. Here are Mass and Service times for Easter, including the Triduum and Easter Day: Palm Sunday, 25 March Mass, St Ignatius, Shaldon – 9.00am Mass, Our Lady & St Patrick’s Church, Teignmouth – 10.30am Wednesday, 27 March Chrism Mass
On Tuesday 20 February, our Youth Group met up for an evening of fun, friendship, faith and fellowship in the Parish Office. They bonded over pizzas and board games while the adults Marcia and Sarah chatted to them, prepared the food and put the world to rights over a cuppa.
Five short videos to watch during Lent. The parish has subscribed to a thought-provoking mini-course of five videos from ‘Word on Fire’, led by Catholic Bishop, Robert Barron. Starting during the first week of Lent and running through until Easter, many of us will be getting an email on the same day each week, containing a